Henry Victor

Henry Victor

  • Born on
    • October 2nd, 1892
  • Died on
    • March 15th, 1945
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Henry Victor (2 October 1892 – 15 March 1945) was an English-born character actor. Raised in Germany, Victor is probably best remembered for his portrayal of the strongman Hercules in Tod Browning's 1932 film Freaks. He originally was a leading figure in UK silent films. Later in his career, he mostly portrayed villains or Nazis in both American and British films with his trademark German accent. He died at 52 of a brain tumor. He is buried in Chatsworth, California's at the Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery. Description above from the Wikipedia article Henry Victor, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Starring Henry Victor on Plex


Acting (15 Credits)

1945A Royal Scandal as Russian General (uncredited)
1943Above Suspicion as German Office (Uncredited)
1943Mission to Moscow as Herr Schufeldt - Hamburg Official (uncredited)
1942To Be or Not to Be as Capt. Schultz
1942Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon as Professor Frederic Hoffner
1941King of the Zombies as Dr. Miklos Sangre
1941Dangerously They Live as U-Boat Captain Horst (uncredited)
1941Underground as Gestapo Agent
1940The Mortal Storm as Gestapo Official Confiscating Book on Train
1940Escape as Gestapo Officer with Hooked Nose (uncredited)
1940Seven Sinners as Dutch Police Officer (uncredited)
1939Confessions of a Nazi Spy as Wildebrandt
1932Freaks as Hercules
1928L'Argent as Jacques Hamelin
1927The Beloved Rogue as Thibault d'Aussigny

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